Ida and Dactyl 2003
page, you will find files related to Spacesim. More documents,
presentations, and forms will be posted here as the year
Software Bundle: This compressed archive
contains the software used by the OCESS for simulating space
travel. It contains Piloting Utilities, Environmental Controls,
and Orbit and Transorbit Calculators. It is available in both
*.rar and *.zip
Mission Prometheus Experiments
Report: This is the report of the analysis done on the
samples collected from Titan. It is in *.doc format.
Unfortunately, there is no PDF version as of yet.
Application Form (Word format) (PDF Format): This
form must be filled out and submitted by the November 24, 2006 deadlineby
all aspiring astronauts..
Procedures: These are the procedures that must be followed in
the launch part of the mission. They are in Rich Text Format and
can be seen in any program supporting that format (notepad,
WordPad, Word, Word Perfect). The PDF version can be downloaded
Procedures: These are the procedures to follow to control the
orbiter program that is used to simulate the trip to the
destination. This is in Rich Text Format and can be seen in any
program supporting that format (notepad, WordPad, Word, Word
Perfect). The PDF version can be downloaded here.
Procedures: Recently updated, these are the procedures that
guide the entire mission. This is in Rich Text Format and can be
seen in any program supporting that format (notepad, WordPad,
Word, Word Perfect).
The PDF of the old procedures can be
Spacesim's primary storage
closet, Copernicus, was recently organised by Jeffrey Gao, the
current Quartermaster. This document, in .xls format, is a
listing of all the contents of Copernicus in their newly
Reader will be required to view the PDF files.
Excel or another corresponding spreadsheet program is required to
view all .XLS files.
Challenge Brochure: This
brochure was sent out by BEAM to all schools in the
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board to explain The Galileo
Challenge, Spacesim's annual science competition. The document is
available in *.doc format. No *.pdf format is yet available. The
document can be downloaded here.
Educational Space Simulation Logo Package: This file contains
the official Spacesim logo in a variety of resolutions and
Plans/Blueprints: These are the blueprints for the new
habitat that was constructed for Spacesim in 2002. Also included
in this file are the detailed designs for each individual
component of the Habitat: Airlock, Bathroom, Kitchen, Docking Bay
etc. Please note that the AutoCAD program is required to view all
These are maps that will help you locate our facilities at 440
from Previous Years:
Educational Space Simulation Business Plan: This document is
best viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Open House Invitation for the 2001-2002 School Year: This
document requires Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to be viewed. It
contains a beautifully-designed poster for the open house session
held on Friday, February 28, 2002.
Patch Requirements for Spacesim's 2001-2002 Mission to Mars:
This document is best viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader. It
contains the guidelines that must be followed for designing a
mission patch for Spacesim's 2001-2002 mission to Mars. The
winning design was submitted by Leigh Honeywell; her design will
be posted on the website shortly.
Official Log for the 2001-2002 Mission to Mars: This is a
recording of all the events that took place from May 1 to May 4
2002. Windows WordPad or Notepad is required to view the file.
Meeting Minutes for the 2001-2002 School Year: This is a
record of all the meeting minutes that were taken during the
weekly OCESS meetings throughout the year.
note that other documents will also be posted in this page very
soon. Be assured that new postings will be mentioned in the